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was trying to scare off would-be car prowlers but deputies say he went above the law. >> i did what joe biden told me to do. i went outside and fired my shotgun in the air. >> john: come on. he did not tell you to do that. there is no way that biden literally told you you should go and get a shotgun and fire two blasts outside your house. >> if you want to protect yourself, get a double-barrel shotgun. if there's ever a problem just walk out on the balcony here, walk out, put that double-barrel shotgun and fire two blasts outside the house. snob a little advice for trick or treatersality joe biden's house, if he's not offering you a treat, run. look, this man didn't actually shoot anyone so what is the problem. >> prosecutors and sheriff deputies say the way the law is written doesn't afford people the right to just fire off their guns. there must be a self-defense component. >> john: there must be a self-defense component. for example, say the person had been wearing a hoodie, then you would be fine. this is a tough case. on one hand people probably shouldn't just fire shotgun blasts into th
early. the assumption is both hillary clinton and joe biden wouldn't run in 2016. it's going to be one of the two most likely. but this is a way for joe biden to keep his name in the spotlight. it's never good to be a lame duck, especially a lame duck sitting vice president. by joe biden going to speak in iowa, he's gone to speak in south carolina before and elsewhere, keeps his name in the news and keeps his options open which is very important. >> good friend of senator harken there of course. the texas senator ted cruz, this was his second trip to iowa in a month. he's scheduled to return again in the fall. he's going to be speaking at the iowa republican party's fall fund-raising dinner. is he tipping his hat to real political ambitions or just sort of raising his name recognition and bringing in more dollars? >> it's probably both. as i mentioned for joe biden, getting your na inting your nam spotlight, ted cruz has been doing that and more. he's going to go to new hampshire. he is all over the place. but i will repeat, again, it is very, very early. at this point in the 2008 cycl
. but with hillary clinton and joe biden both in the news this week you see it's never too early for presidential politics for a lot of these folks. >> and richard wolffe, how do you see this issue that's developed? we saw on "meet the press" this weekend talking about the surprise that hillary clinton is so obviously and kind of openly running for president. as you know, richard, on this show panelists are not allowed to even consider the possibility that hillary is not already running. >> bear that in mind. >> does she have to make it so obvious? >> it's an interesting media reaction. what -- i mean, it seems that no one is struggling against the idea that people on the republican side can make it obvious. why is hillary clinton under some kind -- or should she be under any kind of limitation on making it obvious? >> she shouldn't be under any limitation at all. and to be fair, we're talking about world affairs and foreign policy. it's actually very different from laying the groundwork for a national domestic political campaign, where as a clinton the world has moved on somewhat since those day
on your radio, and on current tv this is the bill press show. >> for joe biden it is off to iowa! he's going to be the big star at the steak fry on september 15th. what do you say? can you believe it? this this is the "full court press." i hope i had a chance to kickback, relax over the weekend and recharge your batteries and roaring to go if you're not like the president and on vacation. congress is in town, the house and the senate while the first family is up on martha's vineyard. you can reach us and reach out we'll continue to look for your comments on twitter, and of course we check in with our friends all the time, and you can join us on www.billpres www.billpressshow. >> the man of many hats. >> bill: fixing coffee, i don't know what you're doing, but dan is here. and back from the national weekend. >> it was great. >> we usually have trouble with the fillies. >> the phillies are having more trouble than we are right now. >> yes, they are there didn't seem to be slumping as many phillies fans as there normalry are in washington, d.c. all you see are red caps, red shirts all o
? >> bill: that's great. is this the declaration of candidacy for joe biden or what? >> you see joe biden kind of like standing there, waving his arms, remember me, don't forget about me. you have hillary clinton out there pulling a lot of oxygen, even this early, you're hearing people talking about her foundation, her policy speeches, all of these -- extremely visible. and biden has to kind of take pain to remind people i'm still out here. this thing is far from decided. >> bill: he doesn't have to make a decision but he wants to keep himself in the public -- >> he wants to make sure the decision doesn't get made for him. and that's really what everyone is doing right now. it is this waiting game circling. everyone is in a holding pattern at the moment. >> bill: meanwhile, you mentioned the former secretary of state, former first lady, she gave a first -- big speech in san francisco yesterday about the voting rights act in front of the american bar association. her office announced this is going to be one of a series of speeching that she gives on major policy issues. so you know, i'm on
is playing it coy. vice president joe biden not at all coy. that is not his personality. he is making waves of his own. announcing he will travel to the key state of iowa next month. bob cusack joins us, managing editor of "the hill." bob, good to see you. clinton has 51-point lead in the latest poll over other contenders. whereas voters consistently are pretty divided in their opinion over joe biden. so i mean is he running in event she doesn't? and, you know, even if that's the case it is going to be a struggle for him, isn't it? >> it is. every vice president, unless you're dick cheney wants to the president. biden is doing the things to prepare for a run. i think it is highly unlikely he would run against hillary clinton. the narrative for joe biden he has been getting deals done in washington. in very partisan time he was the key player in getting the fiscal cliff deal done but he does not have the fund-raising ability or the persona that hillary clinton does. but, clearly, hillary clinton is aiming to run. she recently joined twitter. it is going to happen unless there's a health issu
daily caller." why don't we have a joe biden action flick? you've seen him in the aviators, right? >> joe biden is a fascinating guy. but as a conservative, i would say why not the life story of marco rubio. a great story, rags to riches kind of story. and that's really the point here. i think whether you're worried about the democratic primary or whether you're worried about media bias, which is always an issue, there does seem to be a little favoritism here. >> let's get to that real quick. is this basically an admission by a lot of folks in tv that hillary clinton is going to run? >> absolutely. >> because obviously that will make all these productions more successful, right? >> for every hook there has to be a timely media hook. that's the hook and that's the backdrop. but then i don't think hillary clinton is that fascinating. but her story includes bill clinton and barack obama, then it becomes quite fascinating when you tie in the fact that she is going to run. we all know she's going to run. >> marisa, you obviously cover hollywood. a lot of this suggests that politics is
president joe biden is making strategic stops. is that his way of saying bring it on in 2016? those are today's topics for our agenda panel. with us is joanne, benji, and vivian. gang, great to have you all here. benji, start with you. marco rubio was warning that president obama is going to take drastic measures if the congress fails to pass immigration reform. take a listen to this. >> if nothing happens in congress, he will be tempted to issue an executive order like he did for the dream act kids a year ago where he basically legalizes 11 million people by the sign of a pen. >> you have this article up saying rube owe might be on to something. why do you say that? >> it may sound like a wild idea give given th given that obama has done something like this before. as he mentioned after republicans of congress blocked the dream act which would legalize young undocumented immigrants, obama did step in under heavy pressure from immigrant rights groups and created a program called doca through an executive order that halted deposteriortations from any qualifying and young and document
with the president and reports from scranton, pennsylvania. >> reporter: while both he and joe biden focused on domestic issues, on the international stage president obama found his credibility on the line as he used a cnn interview to comment about the alleged chemical weapons attack in syria that may have killed up to 1,800 people. >> when you start seeing chemical weapons used on a large scale and again we're still gathering information about this particular event, it is very troublesome. that starts getting to some core national interests that the united states has. both in terms of us making sure that weapons of mass destruction are not proliferating and needing to protect our allies. >> reporter: that was a nod to deliberation sources say are happening inside the administration over whether the u.s. military will use cruise missiles to punish syrian president bashar al assad yet the president has been talking tough for a long time and has only sent u.s. aid since one year ago this week when he vowed enormous consequences if syria crossed that red line. republicans like john mccain have
rodham clinton. >> all righty then. as for vice president joe biden, he's set to attend a major political event in iowa next month. the annual steak fry, you can't go, joe, known for attracting top tiered democrats considering a white house run. let's bring in nbc news political reporter kasie hunt in iowa over the weekend with details on these events. kasie, what struck you the most? where do you want to start? >> sort of deja vu all over again. i feel like the republicans never really stopped. didn't seem like -- rick santorum was actually campaigning essentially. he drove across the state in the same pick-up truck that he used in 2012. and he -- >> that's great. >> hit a pizza ranch, he went to blue bonny ice cream. >> you sound tired. was it boring? just admit it. was it boring? >> it was awful. >> no. we had -- it was great. >> you say it's deja vu all over again. contrived and not even sort of thought out as a new spin on things? what are you really saying? >> on the republican side in particular, right, rick santorum won the caucuses by the hair, they announced caucus night romney
as being light skinned and also speaking without a negro dialect. you had then senator joe biden saying that president obama was -- senator obama was clean and articulate, i think that, you know, some people need to check themselves and stop cherry picking what they believe is racially offensive. >> let me ask you, you just heard those comments, did you publicly condemn them, the things that colonel west just mentioned? >> lit me say this, i'm a representative in the state of missouri. i condemn what happened with missouri -- >> i'm not asking -- is there any one of those -- you did not answer my question. any one of those instances, where i think you could argue they were racial? did you speak out on any one of them? >> again, those instances are wrong. i'll say it now. >> did you speak up at the time? >> i will continue to say that these things didn't happen in this state. i'm talking about an incident that happened in this state. >> i'm not going to ask you again. joe biden, the vice president and he made those comments, harry reid is the senate majority leader, did you speak out at
up on "morning joe," vice president joe biden plans to stop by a key political event in iowa next month. but supporters of hillary clinton are already in the state, holding a so-called madame president event over the weekend. it's beginning to look a lot like 2016. >>> harry reid is in hot water for bringing up race when it comes to republican opposition to president obama. we'll show you what he said about his friends on the other side of the aisle. >>> plus, why senator john mccain says edward snowden is being made into a jason bourne figure. we'll show you what the arizona republican had to say about the president's prescription of vladimir putin as a bored schoolboy slouching in the back of class. richard haass is talking in right now. right? we'll have all these, straight ahead on "morning joe." >>> still ahead on "way too early," scientists in the u.k. says they can predict how long you have left to live. if the test gave you bad news, what would you do if you had a short time left. [ male announcer ] running out of steam? ♪ now you can give yourself a kick in the rear! v8
to the white house, which he happens to go more than joe biden does, he could actually maybe ask president obama maybe you should look into benghazi. he seems to listen to al sharpton. >> your allegations of what the president of the united states said, you have not a single clue how they're pursuing these people. >> maybe that's part of the problem. >> another network got an interview, that somehow means they're not investigating this? >> bob, the reality, it was a month after the attacks when the same network said they're inside the compound before the fbi gave that -- >> if i remember right, people said we would go after bin laden, he would be dead or captured and took us five years. >> why is it he is giving more information than our own fbi and cia. >> they were on the ground, the government wouldn't let them in. >> i don't agree with lindsey graham on 85% of things he says. this one occasion, maybe i do. take a listen. >> we still don't know if hillary clinton approved the consulate to be open after it failed security inspection. we still have no idea who changed the talking points t
's absence from the early primary states. we know joe biden is making a states out, but she is teasing her next stop, so what is the strategy here? >> well, look, you know, peter, as i was listening to her say those words, all that kept running through my mind is this would be exactly what you would do if you were hillary clinton and you want to run for president. which i do think it is hard for her as an unannounced candidate to go to one of these early states respect because it would be an absolute zoo. anytime she gets near one of those states, we write about it. if she goes to one of the -- she doesn't need more headlines. i think what she's doing is smart. she's giving meaty policy addresses, voters suppression, voter i.d., critical important issue to the democratic base. particularly among african-americans and hispanics. she's doing what you do if you're hillary clinton and you want to run for president. >> i want to ask you, ruth, if we can, a change of topic. the republicans, it looks like a peace treaty, between rand paul and chris christie. here was rand paul's comments this mor
, current federal law already contains a safety valve proposed i might add, but then senator joe biden. that safety valve allows the judge without any motion from the prosecution to go below a mandatory minimum if the defendant comes clean about all that he is doing, if this crime has not involved violence, if he has a relatively low criminal history. so we have that. and the third current method for getting a below a mandatory minimum sentence is a motion made by the prosecutor in exchange for the defendant's giving information about how his suppliers are, who his customers are, who else is working with him in the drug gang. >> professor, thank you. laura murphy, take my final 20 seconds. you get the final word go. ahead. >> well, 94% of the people in prison are there because of plea bargains. and most of the people who go to prison do so because they have inadequate counsel. so the attorney general addressed that too. but the attorney general made a great change in government policy. the war on drugs is a failure. it leads to huge racial disparities. it leads to expensive. >> thank y
is strong enough to challenge her. the only possibility is joe biden, and i am not sure if he will run. >> no, he is making some of the standard minor moves going to iowa, things like that. but it almost seems to be just in case somehow hillary clinton backs out. e. j.dionne, thank you for joining us. >> good to be with you. >>> voter id laws, a solution in search of a problem. let's play "hardball." >> good evening. i'm michael smerconish in for chris matthews. leading off tonight, carolina on our minds. yesterday, the governor of north carolina, republican pat mccrory signed one of the most sweeping is voting reform bills we've seen yet. seven weeks after the supreme court crippled parts of the voting rights act which required states with a history of discrimination to preclearance by the justice department, governor mccrory and his republican legislature ld
, congressman equivalent, in a sense a dick cheney of joe biden prime minister and supported john winston and the initiatives for gun reform and also, former vietnam veteran thanks to the usa and i have and own guns, which cnn is privy of, as a matter of fact. in a sensible balanced approach in the interest of public safety, what happened in oklahoma is just an example of what happens in every state in the usa every day and that is surely enough. >> tim fisher, thank you very much indeed for joining me. i appreciate it. >>> my next guest president of the baseball club in melbourne where christopher was a member. he remembers christopher as fantastic person. welcome. devastating blow to your club, to the people of melbourne and australia. what would you like to say? >> well, i would just like to let you guys know it shocked the world. the baseball community is a tightened group. most baseball is unshattered. >> what kind of man was christopher? >> while, he was a kid that started at seven years old at our club playing tee ball that looked like a little league type program. played for 12 ye
of bo biden, the delaware attorney general and son of vice president joe biden. waiting for test results after suffering weakness and disorientation last week. sources familiar with his condition tell nbc biden has a mass in his brain. which is why he remains at the md anderson cancer center. among the tests being conducted is a biopsy. the procedure's being done to rule out cancer. those test results will take several days to come back. a brain mass does not necessarily mean biden has a tumor. it can mean an aneurysm or hemorrhage or something else. he suffered a mild stroke three years ago. the vice president remains in houston at the side of his best friend and son. >>> we get our first poll this morning of likely voters in the virginia governor's race. democrat terry mcauliffe is in the lead. the newest poll shows mcauliffe up six points. 48-42. over virginia's attorney general ken cuccinelli. while the two are tied among men, there's a big gap among women voters. mcauliffe leads cuccinelli. cuccinelli's approval ratings are higher among likely voters. 22% say they don't know enough
party, hillary clinton and joe biden. the rnc has been beating that drum when san diego mayor bob filner become embroiled in his own scandal righting here's the latest news on democrats war on women. the national republican senatorial committee picked up the narrative today running today on twitter soap operas, democrats struggle with their own war on women. they also wrote a blog post saying "democrats have absolutely no answer or strategy to combat their growing problem with women." just to set the fakes straight, in 2012, president obama beat romney among women by a margin of 1 points, a critical part of the party's victory. 66-44, that's a hell of a lead for a party that has a problem with women. the big question now is whether filner, weiner, spitzer could help close the gap. john feehery and nia-malika henderson. let me start with john on that to see if there is an argument to be made here. do you think wilner -- excuse me. weiner. i know a bunch of wilnors. sorry. i'm not talking about you guys. could you think weiner, do you think weiner is something that will travel? do you thin
thought okay, that acronym spot on. there are a wtf moments throughout that speech. >> my buddy joe biden, besides his penchant for just making stuff up? >> so, angela, she does have a big platform, and she is out there slamming the president every day. does this have any effect on his agenda? >> i don't think it has an effect on the practical aspect of him being able to push his agenda. i do think when it comes to whether or not his agenda will be supported by a broader base than moderate republicans and by the democratic party, yeah, it creates more of the frustrating type of washington, type of inside the beltway we're used to at this point. they again voted 40 times now to repeal obama care and are back home to out the this mess in town halls. talking about dingbats, i would encourage her to listen to man in the mirror by michael jackson. >> karen finney and angela rye, i'm going to leave it on that one. thanks for your time. have a great weekend. >> thanks, rev. >> and watch disrupt with karen finney, weekends at 4:00 p.m. eastern, right here on msnbc. >>> up next, friend or foe, i w
. hillary is going to be tougher to beat. >> now we have vice president joe biden confirming he is the key note speaker in an annual steak fry in iowa that is coming up next month. this sounds very familiar. what are the chances of the people that we have already seen showing up in iowa being true contenders come 2016? >> we have a mix of rodeo clowns who are in. it because they just want to stay relevant. donald trump. rick santorum has a narrow base appeal and people are rising stars and proving themselves such as ted cruz. everybody is talking about how ted cruz did so it's possible that he is on track to be the favorite for 2016. >> one thing about donald trump taking aim at hillary but before we get to hillary, talk about donald for a moment. we heard what irin thinks. he is showing up to remain relevant? it has no real bearing on presidential hopefulness. >> if i was rich and bored i probably would do the same thing. why not? he can. what he loves is publicity. he is like the dark hole, you know, of that all strange political publicity gets sucked into. he is just there for fun. >> s
. from the weekend social conservative summit to next month's steak fril featuring vice president joe biden, we will cast our gaze into the future just ahead. but we begin with the fierce urgency of now and two major developments in the area of criminal justice reform. earlier today in a major repudiation of new york's controversial stop and frisk policy, a federal judge ruled the tactic violates the constitutional rights of minorities. the judge ruled that by systematically stopping innocent people mainly blacks and latinos and searching them for contraband, stop and frisk demonstrated a widespread disregard for the fourth and 14th amendments. calling it a policy of indirect racial profiling, the judge called for a federal monitor to oversee broad reforms to the programs. new york mayor michael bloomberg responded this afternoon saying the tactic is part of policing that has made new york city the poster child for crime reduction. >> this is a very dangerous decision made by a judge that i think just does not understand how policing works and what is compliant with the u.s. constitut
times" that vice president joe biden is going to be the keynote speaker at a big iowa fundraiser next month. so it's a lot of 2016 possibilities going around. >> possibilities. i mean, wouldn't you have wanted to be in that conversation with hillary and biden with that breakfast two weeks ago? what was that about? clearly she nodded to him saying i'm rung. i might be too. it will be interesting. he is definitely putting out feelers. >> well, maria teresa kumar and jonathan capehart, thank you both for your time tonight. >> thank you, reverend. >>> president obama talks about the digital divide of growing inequality and access to information. we'll look at how some are making the internet available to everyone. this man is about to be the millionth customer. would you mind if i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. nobody likes to miss out. that's why ally treats all their customers the same. whether you're the first or the millionth. if your bank doesn't think you're special anymore,
anybody out there right now who is strong enough to challenge her. the only possibility is joe biden, and i am >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. tonight on "all in" it's the hottest show not on television. netflix's true story women's prison drama "orange is the new black." tonight i'll be joined by piper kerman, author of the book and inspiration for the show's lead character. you definitely want to stick
of elephant this time. that's the reality. there's a lot of people who would run if hillary doesn't run. joe biden, martin o'malley, howard dean or at least strongly consider it. i think that's something why not, go hang out in iowa, see what the temperatures are like. raise your hand, tell people you're still around. remember, newt gingrich had famously said in 2012, don't tell them you're not running. once you do that, no one pays attention to you. >> now, as republicans wrap up their summer meeting in boston, what does the fight for the right mean for the party and the candidates who want to lead it? let's bring in the rest. we're bringing in "the washington post" jackie kucinich who happens to be my host of our new web show. and viviana arturo, founder of the wives latino club. jackie, let me start with you. this is fascinating. chris christie, between fighting with rand paul openly, kind of speaking his mind, that we need to win. it's a view many people in the establishment and the party hold. is it a view that he can run? and more importantly, win on in 2016? >> depending on what part
into presidential politics. joe biden is his vice president and hillary clinton is a friend. >> did you ever have two friends running for student council and the anguish of who you would support for secretary of the student council. it's like that on steroids. but not really. these are two folks who are or were important members of his administration. he's walking a fine line. i don't think you see him weigh in until the nominee is decided in 2016. if he's not popular he may take a back seat. >> a loft conversation is it's unlikely that both joe biden and hillary clinton will be in the primary. that will likely be hammered out oh first. >> i don't know. it could be really interesting. >> it will be interesting regardless. but will there be a fight? we'll see. thank you very much. great to have you in new york. >> definitely. >> we'll take a break. when we come back, stunning details about the final seconds of southwest flight 345. what the captain tried to do when the jet was just 400 feet from impact. >> an american in italy triggering outrage after breaking the finger off a 600-year-old statue
cliff deal essentially came down to him and vice president joe biden which may have cost him certainly up for re-election. he knows that he can't have his fingerprints on a government shutdown. >> bill: "huffington post" sabrina siddiqui in studio with us talking about -- to the extent there's any activity out of congress, it is happening at the town hall level where they're getting pressure on immigration reform from the left and on the right on obamacare and shutting down the government. your thoughts and your comments welcome at 1-866-55-press. we'll be right back. >> announcer: starting live on free speech tv on september 3rd, learn more at billpressshow.com. this is the "bill press show." >> did anyone tell the pilgrims they should self-deport? >> no, they said "make us a turkey and make it fast". >> (laughter). >> she gets the comedians laughing. >> that's the best! >> that's hilarious. >> ... and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there is wiggle room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> ya, i consider you jew-talian. >> okay, whatever you wa
. >> i'm not for kepting the joke at all. if bad jokes were punishment, joe biden would be a life prisoner right next to me. >> okay. bill: we've got to run. thanks to both of you. 20 minutes best hour. thank you. i guess the rodeo will not try this again. martha: i guess not. bill: he is out of a gig in missouri. martha: certainly everyone has the right to free speech. michael gram is saying that. i also agree with her. the fact it is in bad taste. so there's a question of bad taste. if it is reagan or bush or president obama, i think it is in bad taste. if i was sitting there with my kids i would say, don't laugh at that. that is the president of the united states they're making fun of. i don't care what party he is from. bill: this is good topic for kilmeade in radio. martha: we will talk about that coming up. good idea. >>> also coming up here, a machete-wielding man causing panic in a store. we'll show you chilling surveillance tape. what's going on? bill: this couple left tear guide after someone allegedly hacked their baby monitor and yelled at their kid in the crib. >> alm
of democrats are laughing about this. five years ago we had this guy joe biden, barack obama, hillary clinton, they went at it pretty tough and they won the white house. if you handle this right a good feisty debate is good for the party. >> i would love to put the politician in the bronco. they need more than beer. >> they can pay for the gas. >> one of the things the democrats are celebrating is the student loan bill got done. why do they think this is so good for families? >> because washington did something that matters to middle class families. most days we are talking about washington being incapable of tying shoes. the republicans say they won with their approach to make it market based. the rates are tied to the ten year treasury bill. they actually got something done. people went in the room and kept trying until they figured out a reasonable compromise. now we will see it go into effect. this is another thing. do people say i like this deal or do people say they have problems with the deal? it is one of the things we need to watch. >> this is one of the areas where you saw the divis
's day parade. i'm officially forecasting that hilary is coming out of the gate and joe biden will be her vp. house smooth the transition would be if he stayed on at vp. i forecast obama winning in may of '07 among many other premonitions that have come true. that is interesting. >> there is no constitutional amendment against it. that's only for the president. >> stephanie: that's awesome, and then christie and rand paul will still be scuffling on the ground. art in san diego you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, art. >> caller: hey, how it is going? there is a remote chance that bob filner might be getting railroaded down here in san diego. there is a lot of mean girls down here. >> stephanie: oh, you mean all of those women are making it up? what do you mean? >> caller: i don't know all of those women, but there may be a chance, and i got to say that maybe all of the national -- excuse me -- i'm a little nervous -- all of the national media is learnly jumping on and don't really know -- one example, virtually every city official is guaranteed to be defended by the -- against any
to have two out of 50 states do it. that is for us, a big deal. >> it is a big deal. bfd as joe biden would say. >> i think you'll see other countries look at uruguay and starting to move forward, too. down through central america, vicente fox is the former president of mexico. we know mexico decriminalized possession of all drugs a few years back. you can look at argentina and chile. i think you can look at a number of other countries that are probably going to move forward. so many countries have already decriminalized, not just possession of marijuana but other drugs. portugal has been out in front. who knows what they'll do. but i think you're going to see a movement here. >> bill: and are we going to see a movement in this country among other states? >> you bet. you bet. you know, the policies for washington and colorado haven't really even taken effect yet. so look to january and you'll see it. in other states already -- >> bill: they're just deciding where people can buy it and how much they pay and what taxes are -- all of that kind of stuff. >> but right here, maryland and pe
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